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March 31, 2020
Haredi statistics show that social distancing works
They have served unwittingly as a control group in the experiment to combat the pandemic.
March 24, 2020
The diseased attitude of the ‘coronavirus rebels’
The least that those backpackers could do after the “enormous effort and expense” that was spent on repatriating them was sign a quarantine declaration.
March 17, 2020
No need to fear Shin Bet technology for curbing corona
Anyone who is terrified that tracking cell phones for health reasons is a slippery slope to an Orwellian dystopia should get a grip. The sole purpose of enlisting the aid of the Shin Bet is to keep the virus at bay.
March 10, 2020
Gantz shows Netanyahu was right about ‘Bibi or Tibi’
His having revealed that even an anti-Zionist partner is preferable to being second in a rotation as prime minister with Benjamin Netanyahu has done him the kind of harm that could cost him his short-lived political career.
February 25, 2020
Polls, Gaza, Netanyahu and Gantz
Even members of the public forced into bomb shelters on a regular basis realize that the prime minister is doing the best he can to keep Hamas at bay, while reserving the option to launch a ground incursion into Gaza as a last resort.
February 18, 2020
Winds of Mideast change worth remembering at the ballot box
Evidence of thawing anti-Israel enmity among states wishing to ally themselves with Washington against the ayatollah-led regime in Tehran should be cause for great celebration in the so-called “peace camp.”
February 11, 2020
The Israeli left vs. Palestinian and Arab-world pragmatists
Hearts that bleed for the enemies of Western democracy who subjugate their own people and terrorize everybody else are attached to heads in need of psychiatric examination.
February 4, 2020
Corona and the Chinese ambassador’s Holocaust chutzpah
Dai Yuming was being a true loyal Communist diplomat, spewing strategic propaganda with a purpose, part of which is to deflect from some inconvenient truths.
January 28, 2020
Netanyahu pulls the rug out from under his rivals
Hours before the ceremony in Washington with U.S. President Donald Trump to present the Mideast peace plan, including a map of the borders of the proposed demilitarized Palestinian state, the Israeli premier announced that he was withdrawing his request for immunity.
January 21, 2020
Holocaust remembrance, Palestinian irrelevance
Bemoaning all the apparent attention on the Jews prior to the Fifth World Holocaust Forum in Jerusalem, a columnist for the official Palestinian Authority daily newspaper “Al-Hayat Al-Jadida” proposed murder as a solution to stop the proceedings.
January 14, 2020
Israel’s education minister gets taught a lesson
Rafi Peretz should spend more time on Israel’s academic record and school curricula, and less time poking around in the business of family choices.
December 24, 2019
Happy Hanukkah from Trump and Johnson
Two world leaders convey much more than conventionally sappy, Hallmark card-like messages to Jews celebrating the Festival of Lights.
December 17, 2019
Pompeo brings down the House
The U.S. Secretary of State turns the tables on the false correlation between the existence of settlements and the lack of peace between Israelis and Palestinians.
December 10, 2019
The ayatollahs’ anxiety is showing
Faced with internecine strife and external pressure from the United States and Israel, Iranian honchos appear to be growing agitated.
December 3, 2019
‘Why do they hate us?’
Europeans, specifically those in the United Kingdom as they approach elections, “are reluctant to accept and admit that, despite all the Holocaust education and commemoration that’s taking place—and all the solemn declarations about having thoroughly learned the lessons of the past—anti-Semitism has returned in such strength.”